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    Tool Box Storage Tray

    Tool Box Storage Tray Made from 1/2 inch square tubing and 1 inch flat bar. Welded together.

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    I like this,with thoughts about adapting for pin gage boxes. Those .500 and above are kind of unwieldy and use up valuable space. First thing will be if weight of any single box is counterbalanced by the others, when extended out on a tray. Mounting is an option, but preference is to have them mobile.

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    toolmaker51, Thanks sounds good to me have a grate time enjoy...:O)

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    Captain - I like the sliding storage box design. Maybe each wooden box could have a long and narrow D-shaped handle to grab?

    Toolmaker51 - that is great idea for storing the larger gage pin boxes

    Regards, Paul

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    Hi Paul Jones, I know hard to get them out need handles....


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